Moonta

Moonta Events

Santa’s Cave
Santa's cave is housed in the Moonta Town Hall. It is open daily between Monday December 16th and Monday December 23rd. Please note that Santa's Cave will not be open on  Sunday December 22nd Photographs taken with Santa are available either on a USB stick or sent to you by email        
2019 Christmas Market
December 15th will see the annual Christmas Market stalls set up in Queen Square, Moonta, adjacent to the Town Hall. The market features a wide range of stalls selling a variety of goods - homewares, confectionery, pet products, cosmetics, fashion accessories, stocking fillers and much more. Children's entertainment is provided and there is something for every member of the family to enjoy. Come and join us at the Moonta Christmas Market, organised by the Moonta Progress Association Inc.
Christmas Pageant, Christmas Market and Carols in the square
Moonta's annual Christmas festivities include a pageant, market stalls in  Queen Square and an evening carol concert at the same venue
Moonta Criterium Cycling SA
The Criterium is a series of bicycle races around Queen Square from 9am til 1:40pm  on Sunday 20th October, as the second day of the Copper Coast Cup.  This is a Cycling South Australia event. A carnival-like atmosphere is created by the Moonta business community, with streets blocked off for the races and pop-up markets. The event is free for spectators.
Moonta Gallery of the Arts – Enigma Exhibition
Ruth Turner: Artist Statement I’m interested in the ordinary and the common place.  Flowers, a corner in a room, a table set for tea, a garden setting.  Beauty for the sake of beauty.  In all it is the aesthetic that counts.  Conceptual in that it connotes intimacy, space and feeling which promotes a sensory emotive experience which asks nothing more of us than to indulge our senses.  With imagery sourced from books, magazines and my own photos then worked over in photo shop my primary aim is to explore the relationship between paint qualities and colour, light, shape and form. Guided by memory, instinct, and my imagination forms both organic and inanimate run into one another.  Colours translucent, opaque and iridescent.  Muddled, chaotic and with a quality I like to think engages the viewer in a quiet moment of reflection.  Paintwork that calls attention to the application of the paint itself, both expressive with accidental mark making as well as disciplined and coordinated.  This is what is fundamental to my practice.
Show ‘n’ Shine
The Show 'n' Shine will be held at Moonta Oval on Milne Tce on Saturday 10th March from 9am -3pm. Prizes for vehicles under a wide range of categories. Down load the entry form by clicking 'More Information PDF' below, and return the completed form either by email or the post, along with entry fee by March 1st 2019. The event is organised by Moonta and District Progress Association